When a submission to a criminal intelligence system is made, what information must be maintained by the submitting agency to comply with 28 CFR Part 23?
The submitting agency must keep supporting documentation for each submission. The documentation must be kept while the record is maintained in the criminal intelligence system. The supporting documentation is the information that supports the determination of reasonable suspicion. This information may be from a variety of different sources, such as tips and leads, criminal history record information, information from an informant, or surveillance information. The supporting documentation may be kept in whatever format or manner is authorized by the submitting agency. The supporting documentation may be reviewed as part of the audit and inspection process.
- When a submission to a criminal intelligence system is made, what information must be maintained by the submitting agency to comply with 28 CFR Part 23?
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